Dolly Considine’s Hotel by Eamon Somers. Blog tour and mood board

Hi, little bears! Here I come with another book review I hope you like. 4 stars to this adult historical fiction/cosy mystery. Summary: My summary: Dolly McClean is a woman ahead of her times who inherits and saves the family business, a hotel. She represents a real feminist and progressive female. On the other side,Continue reading “Dolly Considine’s Hotel by Eamon Somers. Blog tour and mood board”

The Last Keeper by J. V. Hilliard. Blog tour

Hi little bears!! I apologise for not having posted in such a long time, but my health took a toll for the worse and I’ve been worried about that, going to many doctors’ appointments, getting tests and also trying to finish my degree (which is closer every day). 4.6 stars! The Last Keeper is anContinue reading “The Last Keeper by J. V. Hilliard. Blog tour”

The Car with a Soul by Ruchira Khanna. Blog tour

Thanks a lot to Travelling Pages Tours and the author for granting me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. 4 stars. Book summary “Rahil is a car geek and attributes his desires to the four wheels of the car. Amy is hungry for happiness as her career has hit theContinue reading “The Car with a Soul by Ruchira Khanna. Blog tour”

Letters to Bizzy by John M. Tabor. Blog tour

Hi, little bears!!! I’m back with another book review. Thanks to the author and Travelling Pages Tours for granting me an ARC of this book to review. 3.5 stars. Letters to Bizzy finds a man, John Tibbits, past his prime staring down the barrel of old age, having to come to grips with his mother’s deathContinue reading “Letters to Bizzy by John M. Tabor. Blog tour”

Winterset Hollow by Jonathan Edward Durham. Blog tour review

“Offerings of the rich in brass and offerings of the poor in blood. Something of a theme in the history of your kind, or so I’ve been told.”
“It’s been said that you should never meet your heroes, but I say better to know whom you place on that pedestal, don’t you agree?”

At the Fields of Fire and Blood. A blog tour spotlight

Hi there!! Today, I’m coming with another book spotlight for you. I saw this one, read the synopsis and was already intrigued, so I decided to participate on this blog tour. Thank you so much to the author and Erik (Breakeven Books, you should check him out) for allowing me to be part of this.Continue reading “At the Fields of Fire and Blood. A blog tour spotlight”

Your Career, Your Business by Gina Cajucom. Blog Tour. Book Spotlight

“Your career 2.0
There is an inherent pitfall to using society’s yardstick of what career success is. We like to “keep up
with the Joneses” and make sure we keep up with our peers. There is also pressure from family and
friends to do the “safe” thing, which means being employed, lest we dare to take the risky entrepreneurship route. It’s natural to aspire for what society defines as traditional success, like getting to an executive role in a corporation or going for a respectable profession like being a
doctor, a teacher, or a lawyer. But, while working in a technology start-up might attract the young
generation, even younger people put value to work-life balance and find it cool to work in climate change, racial justice, or jobs incorporating activism.

REFLECTION
Suppose you create your definition of success and measure yourself against that yardstick instead. What would you do differently in your career?

Career 2.0 is finding your second act—your reinvention of what success looks like for you based upon your unique set of life circumstances. It is what you make of yourself based on the opportunities that are available to you. It is what you create based on your unique talents, experiences,
temperament, and personality. There is nobody else quite like you. Your success does not have to look like somebody else’s.
Career 2.0 is about finding the entrepreneur in you—the ability to be creative and innovative,
considering what life has handed you. You cannot rely on your organization or your boss to take care of your career development. They are focused on business development. You cannot expect them to improve your position based on your career aspirations. They probably do not know what those are, let alone be able to prioritize them. You must be the leader of your success. It would help if you
were your own salesperson, your product developer, your brand manager. It would help if you led in
managing your Career 2.0.” p. 21-22

Mischief Maker, a Norse mythology retelling reviewed

4 stars This book was kindly granted to me by The Book Review Crew and the author, Bruce Nesmith, in exchange for an honest review and as part of a blog tour. Thank you all for that. This is a new adult or adult (does not specify) retelling of Norse mythology from Loki’s perspective inContinue reading “Mischief Maker, a Norse mythology retelling reviewed”

Beyond the Birch by Torina Kingsley. A review

4.5 stars. Macy is 11 and lives in Grimsby, a small where animals seem to be their only friends. She’s loved by her parents and is shocked when her mother seems to have stopped caring for her and her parent are fighting because of a sheep that keeps on escaping. This is followed by aContinue reading “Beyond the Birch by Torina Kingsley. A review”

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